Dominican Peso


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Dominican Peso

The currency of the Dominican Republic. It was issued in 1937. It has periodically been subject to high inflation. The U.S. dollar is also accepted in the Dominican Republic.
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In two of those three cases, traffickers were required to compensate victims; one received 100,000 Dominican pesos ($2,080) and the other received 150,000 Dominican pesos ($3,120).
But a group of women in Eugene, impressed at hearing about her abilities, created a donor fund to begin paying Angela Encarnacion $250 a month - 10,000 Dominican pesos - to work for Providing Opportunity full time.
They not only appear on one of the Dominican pesos bill, but their names are also remembered on November 25 every year since 1999, when the United Nations General Assembly designated the day as International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.
| For general tourism advice, head to www.godominicanrepublic.com FAST FACTS | CURRENCY: Dominican Pesos, although US Dollars are widely used and often preferred.
| For general tourism advice, head to www.go Dominicanrepublic.com FAST FACTS | CURRENCY: Dominican Pesos, although US Dollars are widely used and of ten preferred.
For general tourism advice, head to www.godominicanrepublic.com NEED TO KNOW FAST FACTS | CURRENCY: Dominican Pesos, although US Dollars are widely used and often preferred.
Medina's fiscal-reform proposal seeks to raise RD$46 billion (Dominican pesos)--slightly above US$1.17 billion--has met with negative reactions.
Baninter collapsed after losing 55 billion Dominican pesos, the equivalent of US$2.2 billion (euro1.54 billion).
and when he glides behind me, my Dominican pesos flicker like a new papery tongue between his teeth, the extra money bisecting his widest smile, a nine-banana spiral draped over my wrist, the coil and whorl of the golden cluster symmetrical as a pineapple, my small vine-twist of fruit wee replica of the many-tiered, many-wreathed stalks of banana garlands sung from the Banana Apostle's shoulders.
This is the Dominican Republic's first global bond denominated in Dominican pesos.
To cater to specific client needs and an expanding portfolio, IDBInvest is willing to increase its local currency financing in Mexican pesos, Brazilian reals and Paraguayan guaranies, potentially adding Colombian and Dominican pesos in 2018.

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